Video : Master Version Control with GitLab and GitHub
GitLab is an open-source software for Git repositories, where Git is an open-source version control system for source code. GitLab provides repository management, code reviews, issue tracking, activity feeds, and wikis. GitHub has higher availability and focuses more on infrastructure performance, while GitLab focuses more on offering a features-based system with a centralized, integrated platform for web developers.
Watch this video to learn about version control with GitLab and GitHub using Aqua Data Studio:
- Set up GitLab.
- Configure the repository with SSH keys.
- Set up a project in Aqua Data Studio.
- Work with an Oracle Database schema.
- Push changes to GitLab.
- Edit changes on GitLab.
- Pull changes back to Aqua Data Studio.
Aqua Data Studio is the best universal integrated development environment (IDE) for database administrators, developers, and analysts to develop, access, manage, and analyze data for relational, NoSQL, and cloud platforms. It supports over 40 platforms and works on Windows, macOS, and Linux.